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    The first American comment on the events in Iraq: We are closely monitoring the unrest

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    The first American comment on the events in Iraq: We are closely monitoring the unrest Empty The first American comment on the events in Iraq: We are closely monitoring the unrest

    Post by Rocky Sat 30 Jul 2022, 2:12 pm

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    On Saturday, the US Embassy in Baghdad expressed its concern about what it described as reports of violence, in reference to the current events in Iraq.

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    "We are closely monitoring the disturbances that occurred today in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and are concerned about reports of violence," the embassy said in a statement.
     
    She added that "the right to peaceful demonstration and freedom of expression are guaranteed in the Iraqi constitution," stressing that "we join our voice in calling on Iraqi political parties from all walks of life to adhere to restraint, refrain from violence and resolve their political differences through a peaceful process in accordance with the Iraqi constitution."





     
    Today, Saturday, demonstrators stormed the Green Zone and then the House of Representatives, after which the Director of the Office of Martyr al-Sadr in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.], Ibrahim al-Jabri, announced an open sit-in inside Parliament; Rejecting the nomination of Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani for the position of prime minister.
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